Cringeworthy: The Persistent Echo of the Most Uncomfortable

In-person service in Webster Hall at 10:00 a.m. with Live-Stream

The link to the service is: YouTube Link

Warren Read, Guest Speaker
Nancy Philip, Worship Associate

Like other emotional experiences, embarrassment and shame can be deeply personal, and yet also readily understood by others. Nearly everyone has a story they can share in which they are the star, caught in a moment of humiliation or, at least, discomfort.

Why is it, then, that it’s those scenes we wish to forget that persist in our minds, often at the most random, inopportune moments? In today’s sermon, we’ll look at nature of memory, and self, and the path to forgiveness for the most inane, and uncomfortable, echoes of our past.